Retirement Planning Services is a fee-only financial services company with over 30 years of investment management and financial/retirement planning experience.
Retirement Planning Services works with a limited number of legacy clients on an annual retainer and also does hourly work for a limited number of new clients on a selected basis. All other qualified potential clients are referred to ClearLogic Financial.
Retirement Planning Services conducts instructional seminars in financial planning, personal finance, and retirement planning to Federal, State, and local government employees.
Gerald Cannizzaro, President of Retirement Planning Services, Inc. recently has transitioned the bulk of his clients to
ClearLogic Financial in Reston, Virginia where Mr. Cannizzaro works as a Consultant.
ClearLogic Financial personnel are experts on the Federal Retirement Financial and Benefit plans. They help and advise Federal employees on a wide range of important Federal retirement planning and investment issues.
As fee-only firms, both Retirement Planning Services and ClearLogic Financial do not have any affiliations or ties to other financial or investment institutions. They receive no commissions, fees, or other income from the products and services they recommend.
They are compensated solely for planning services, which frees them to act exclusively on clients' behalf as an objective and unbiased advisor.
To learn more about ClearLogic Financial's investment advisory and financial planning services, please contact them at 703-476-3521. For further information on instructional seminars in financial planning, personal finance, and retirement planning, please
contact Mr. Cannizzaro directly at 703.716.1233.
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Saving and Investing Wisely, Building on Your Foundation, Types of Investments: Bonds, Types of Investments: Cash, Investing Through Mutual Funds and ETFs, and Asset Allocation
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